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Cumbia All Stars from Lima, Peru

Fri, Oct 9, 7pm


PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE HERE They come from the legendary bands of Peruvian Cumbia and, after 40 years, they meet again to play finally together the music they participated in creating ! LISTEN HERE The Cumbia All Stars are an eight-piece band comprised of some of the best practitioners of Peruvian chicha music – a guitar-based take… [Read More]

Cascadia Music Scholarship Opportunity

DEADLINE: Mon, Oct 5


Cascadia/Pipestone School of Music is now accepting applications for Christine Cherrington Memorial Scholarship need-based awards. Applications may be gotten from local music teachers or at the Cascadia office in room 3 of the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp. Deadline for scholarship applications is Oct. 5. Need-based scholarships are available to students of any age… [Read More]

Rip Rap ’15 – Second Round: Cars + Artists = Public Art

DEADLINE: Oct 15, 2015


CALL TO ARTISTS! DEADLINE: October 15 SELECTION: November 15 INSTALLATION: Summer 2016 APPLICATION PDF CLICK HERE PROJECT DESCRIPTION After successfully funding one public art piece for the project, Methow Arts Alliance and the Methow Salmon Recovery Foundation (MSRF) cordially invite a second round of applications from local artists* to submit proposals for site-specific outdoor public… [Read More]

Methow Valley Sixth Graders Leave Legacy Through Art Room Enhancements

May 2015


by Ashley Lodato, Methow Arts Alliance Education Director Two years ago, Methow Valley fourth graders (Class of 2021)  began thinking about their legacy. When they transitioned from the elementary school two years hence, they wanted to leave the school with a gift for the generations of students behind them. Guided by parent and Methow Conservancy… [Read More]

Methow Valley Interpretive Center open through October

Open through October


    The Methow Valley Interpretive Center is open for its 3rd year in carrying forth its mission to create, fund and operate an interpretive center that recognizes the pre-European native inhabitants and portrays the geology and natural history of the Methow Valley. The Center will be open through October every Saturday from 10am-5pm and every Sunday from noon-5pm. New displays this year include “Dead… [Read More]

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